Blogpost: IIIF for 3D, making web interoperability multi-dimensional

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img. Semantic Kompakkt presentation interface featuring a 3D model and multimedia annotations. Institution:Open Science Lab, TIB – CC BY. Image sourced from Europeana Pro blog.

3D technologies offer opportunities to broaden access to culture, preserve our shared cultural heritage and spur creativity and innovation. As part of an ongoing series from the EuropeanaTech community, a new blogpost is available to all heritage researchers, professionals and technology partners that touches on core topics relevant to the digital trasnformation of cultural heritage sector: 3D and IIIF.

Dr. Lozana Rossenova Postdoc Researcher at TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, explores how interoperability for 3D is a key goal for the International Image Interoperability Framework.

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